Giveaway : Junior Scrabble

As you probably know by now, we absolutely love to play boardgames!
I mentioned before that one of our favourites is Junior Scrabble by Mattel.


This week the lovely people at Mattel are giving you a chance to win your very own copy of Junior Scrabble!
All you have to do is leave a comment telling me what your favourite word is!


It is a great way to learn to spell and read.
The rules are easy enough for little ones to understand: Match your letters to the letters on the board and complete the words!


Once they are a bit better at finding words all by themselves you can flip over the reversible game board and play proper Scrabble together! (Emily prefers this version because she gets to use big, fancy words like
chandelier“! )


All you have to do for a chance to win is leave a comment telling me what your favourite word is!
You can share this Giveaway on Facebook, Pinterest and twitter for additional entries, just leave another comment saying “I shared this Giveaway on …”!
This Giveaway will run for SEVEN days and is open to anyone, anywhere!
The winner will be picked at random.

Good Luck!

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52 Responses to Giveaway : Junior Scrabble

  1. linda leese says:


  2. Jill Tadros says:

    Shared on Pinterest!

  3. Christine Vine says:


  4. Kristin Kimble says:

    I shared this Giveaway on Facebook. :-)

  5. Kristin Kimble says:

    My favourite word is “Nussknacker” (nutcracker), because it does exactly what it says! :-)

  6. Karina Stienstra says:


  7. Karina Stienstra says:

    Shared on facebook.

  8. Julia says:

    My favorite is breathe

  9. Becky says:

    My favorite has to be bunting.
    Or cake 😉

  10. Natalie says:

    My favorite word is FAMILY

  11. Natalie says:

    I shared on facebook!

  12. Natalie says:

    I shared on pinterest! :)

  13. Eva says:

    ‘granularity’ just rolls off the tongue!
    I’m loving your blog – looking to learn all i can about the highs and lows of homeschooling and how anyone manages!

  14. June says:

    My favourite word is onomatopoeia, I’ve loved it for years.

  15. June says:

    Sharing on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest :)

  16. Lori M-C says:


  17. Ooh! My current favourite word is “shenanigans.” Just try saying it without feeling mischievous… impossible.

  18. Katria R says:

    I asked my 4 year old, and he said his favourite word is “no” (which sounds about right!!)

  19. my favourite word is the name rufus, i never had a son though … sharing on twitter and both my facebook page and me xxxx

  20. neve says:

    My favourite word is Serenity

  21. Hele R says:

    Shindig :)

  22. Hele R says:

    Shared on twitter too! @milkpetal

  23. La Dayna says:

    My favorite word is compel!

  24. La Dayna says:

    Shared on Facebook!

  25. Andrew says:


  26. Fenella Le Signe says:

    my favourite word is ‘smile’ :0)

  27. Vanessa says:

    Chocolate :)

  28. Rachel says:

    My current favorite word is jelly because I love how my 2.5 year old says it with a heavy North Carolina accent. I grew up in NY with very different accents and I think it’s adorable.

  29. cori white says:

    since I was a child I love the alliteration of the word, “Onomatopoeia.” It was a long time before I learned to spell it…actually in 8th grade, but I fell in love the the sound of it in fifth grade. :)

  30. cori white says:


  31. cori white says:

    shared on FB!

  32. Crystal Walker says:

    My favorite word is triskaidekaphobia. =D

  33. Crystal Walker says:

    I shared on facebook, pinterest and twitter.

  34. Cindy Musteric says:

    My favorite word is unique. :)

  35. Sandy Ferguson says:

    Never thought about it before.
    First thing that comes to mind is “home”
    Feels safe and comforting!

  36. neve says:

    shared on facebook

  37. neve says:

    shared on twitter

  38. neve says:

    shared on email

  39. Sarah M says:


  40. Katie says:

    My favourite word is sweetheart. :-)

  41. Neve says:

    We need a junior scrabble, or my little sister will fail at her reading :(